“When the Supreme Court began to mandate that southern states comply with Brown v. Board of Education, more than 30,000 black teachers and administrators were fired to ensure that white teachers kept their jobs.”
2019: The Year of Black and Brown Parents Escaping the Burning School House of So-Called “Integration”
Through September 2019, Black Wall Street Gallery features The Conciliation Series, where a black artist and a white artist are paired for a monthly interracial joint exhibition in an effort to bridge the gap toward conciliation in Tulsa.
On January 2, 2019, the Smithsonian Institution initiated an orderly shutdown of its 19 museums in Washington, D.C. and New York City and the National Museum of African-American History and Culture in Washington DC wasn’t spared.
Rigorous research suggests that low-income, nonwhite students in urban areas tend to perform better if enrolled in charter schools instead of traditional public schools.
In its 130th year, an American Historically Black College and University proudly opened the new year at the Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California, affirming the importance of America’s HBCUs.
Well, here we are America two years plus and knee deep into the Trump-lead White House. A White House lead by a man who has had three wives, five kids by three different women, abortions by a mistress, has no basic understanding of the Bible, is a casino owner, has had multiple failed business and six to seven bankruptcies, but who’s counting right?
Kwanzaa is a time to reflect on family, community, and African people worldwide, including those living in the diaspora (the West Indies, Caribbean Islands, and the Americas).